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Protect where is the final stage of amplifier? i dont khow were to locate it.

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  • kismet_basil Nov 24, 2008

    Hi, my model is SHARP Mini Component System (CD-BA1600) when I try to plug it and followed the manulas instruction to "Clear All" setting it worked but when we try to ON the unit it again turned into "PROTECT' mode on the screen. how could I fix it and have the protect remove??? please help!!!

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That will depend upon the make and model. Some systems use an integrated amp-pac which is a large IC. Others use discrete components (transistors etc.) Please update this with the make and model, and I should be able to provide you with more details.

Thanks,
Dan

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

  • ABRsvcs Nov 24, 2008

    Thenks for the update. The "protect" message indicates that a problem was found in the final output stage of the amp. Your model uses an an output pac for the amp. This part needs to be replaced. It is part number: VHISTK40270N1 and is available from tritrinicsinc.com for $53.09



    Keep us posted,

    Dan

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